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" The whole of the plains are covered with the sites of towns on every eminence or spot convenient for the construction of one : and as the land is capable of rich cultivation, there can be no doubt that the country, now so deserted, once presented a continued... "
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography - Página 364
editado por - 1857
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1854
...construction of one ; and as the land is capable of rich cultivation there can be no doubt that the country, now so deserted, once presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility. The form of fields is still visible, and there are remains of Roman highways, which are in some places...
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Travels in Egypt and Nubia, Syria, and Asia Minor; During the Years 1817 & 1818

Charles Leonard Irby, James Mangles, John Barker - 1823 - 560 páginas
...them on slight eminences ; Imriega, E. by N., Hadad, Shirsee, Behlanah, Suhl, and Nehkill ; in short, the whole of the fine plains in this quarter, are...presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility; hereabouts, I think, must be the quarter alluded to by the Arabs, when they made the report to Volney,...
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Evidence of the truth of the Christian religion, derived from the literal ...

Alexander Keith - 1835
...construction of one. And as the land is capable of rich cultivation, there can be no doubt that the country, now so deserted, once presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility."p The form of fields is still visible ; and there are the remains of Roman highways, which...
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Journey Through Arabia Petræa, to Mount Sinai, and the Excavated City of ...

Léon marquis de Laborde - 1838 - 340 páginas
...are covered with sites of towns, on every eminence or spot convenient for the construction of one. As all the land is capable of rich cultivation, there...presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility."* This, probably, is the region alluded to by the Arabs who reported to Volney, " that there are, to...
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Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion: Derived from the Literal ...

Alexander Keith - 1843 - 284 páginas
...construction of one. And as the land is capable of rich cultivation, there can be no doubt that the country now so deserted once presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility."! The form of fields is still visible ; and there are the remains of Roman highways, which in some places...
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Travels in Egypt and Nubia, Syria, and the Holy Land: Including a Journey ...

Charles Leonard Irby, James Mangles - 1844 - 150 páginas
...Hadad, Shirsee, Behlanah, Suhl, and Nehkill ; in short, the whole of the fine plains in this ((uarter are covered with sites of towns, on every eminence...presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility. Having finished our survey of the neighbouring ruins, we returned to Ismayel's camp, where we slept....
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Travels in Egypt and Nubia, Syria, and the Holy Land: Including a Journey ...

Charles Leonard Irby, James Mangles - 1845 - 150 páginas
...with sites of towns, on every eminence or spot convenient for the construction of one ; and, as nil the land is capable of rich cultivation, there can...presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility. Having finished our survey of the neighbouring ruins, we returned to Ismayel's camp, where we slept....
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A cyclopædia of biblical literature, ed. by J. Kitto, Volumen 2

John Kitto - 1845
...construction of one ; and as the land is capable of rich cultivation, there can be no doubt that the country, now so deserted, once presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility' (Irby and Mangles, p. 378). The form of fields is still visible, and there are remains of Roman highways...
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The Cyclopædia of Biblical Literature, Volumen 2

John Kitto - 1851
...construction of one : and as the land is capable of rich cultivation, there can be no doubt that the country, now so deserted, once presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility' (Irby and Mangles, p. 378). The form of fields is still visible, and there are remains of Roman highways...
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Discourse on Non-conformity to the World, at North Brookfield, Mass., Feb. 8 ...

Christopher Cushing - 1852 - 18 páginas
...construction of one ; and as the land is capable of rich cultivation, there can be no doubt that the country, now so deserted, once presented a continued picture of plenty and fertility." * Its ruins, which remain from generation to generation, are to us an abiding proof of the inspiration...
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